What Readers Say
|"The Seventh Day is an amazing book. It touches several subjects that are recognisable from other movies and books (Highlander, The Ninth Gate, The Swarm, The Day The Earth Stood Still, The DaVinci Code, Angels and Demons, and suchlike), but nowhere does it become a known or familiar story. That is a real strength! It keeps urging you on to read further, to dig deeper and to get to the core of these mysteries… It quickly becomes apparent that all these ‘happenings’ are intertwined and that there must be something huge going on."|
-- Thriza, The Netherlands.
This is the first fiction offering from author Andy Malone, and a hell of a start. Count me among his new fans, and I look forward to seeing what he writes next!
Robert A. Reinsch - Amazon US Reader
"I really felt that the characters were real and each character was introduced in a way that was not overwhelming but more natural as you would learn about someone in real life. The story evolved as you would normally expect but just when you get complacent and think you know what is going to happen next Andy throws in a unexpected twist that totally makes sense. This is a must read if you like history, geography, suspense, time travel or just a science or fantasy fiction novel."
--Mike Quinn, USA
Booklore: Review by Nigel
When Dougie Allan is transported 300 years into the future he finds himself caught up in a globe spanning conspiracy while trying to avert the end of the world. The Keepers, seven aliens that have watched over the earth’s development, have decided that humanity can no longer be trusted with the future of the planet and therefore must be removed to allow another less violent species to rise to dominance. However, disagreement between the Keepers has caused events to spiral out of control and Dougie has only days to get to the truth and prevent the coming apocalypse. Pursued by a ruthless hitman, plagued by visions and nightmares, lost in a future world going mad, Dougie is led by events and the inscrutable whim of the Keepers to a final showdown in Iceland.
I really enjoyed the story and loved the characters; from the President of the United States to Tom Duncan, the unpretentious father and husband Dougie befriends at the outset, everyone is well rounded and likeable… and not always who they appear to be. While perhaps not as polished as a ‘mainstream’ novel The Seventh Day is a fast paced techno thriller with plenty of twists and turns reminiscent of Michael Crichton or Stel Pavlou. Highly entertaining and well worth your time, recommended.
Nigel (31st March 2015)
|I really loved this book, I was hooked from the start. It kept me guessing all the time and could not put it down. I am waiting for the sequel. |
--Hermann Jónsson (Iceland)
I really enjoyed this book. The quick paced plot left you wanting to get back to it to find out what was going to happen next. I would recommend this book to family and friends.
Roy Matthews - Amazon UK Reader
Loved this book, could not wait until I could pick it up again. Looking forward to the next one
Jean Shaw - Amazon UK Reader
“The Seventh Day’s intriguing premise and strong characters make you want to turn the page to see what happens next.”
Mark Russinovich –
Author “Zero Day”
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